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I HAVE A STICKING FRONT WHEEL CALIPER ON A 2005 GMC PICKUP

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I HAVE A STICKING FRONT WHEEL CALIPER ON A 2005 GMC PICKUP 1500 . IHAVE REPLACED BOTH FRONT CALIPERS, ONE OF THEM TWICE. I AM STILL HAVING INTERMITTEN CALIPER DRAG ON ONE WHEEL.SOMETIMES THE FRONT WHEELS HAVE A MODERATE VIBRATION. ALSO I HAVE REPLACED BOTH FRONT WHEEL BRAKE LINES THINKING MAYBE THEREWAS SOME RESTRICTION WITH THE BRAKE FLUID BEING ALLOWRD BACK INTO THE MASTER CYLINDER. I NEED HELP
Submitted: 10 months ago.
Category: GMC
Expert:  George H. replied 10 months ago.

Hello I will help you with your question,

Have you ever replaced the brake master cylinder or the power booster?

Customer: replied 10 months ago.
no
Customer: replied 10 months ago.
you have all the info i can supply
Customer: replied 10 months ago.
you have all the info that i can supply
Expert:  George H. replied 10 months ago.

OK, I can't give you an answer with the info I have so I will opt out of your questions

Sorry I could not help

Expert:  Reggie Whiddon replied 10 months ago.

Test drive until you or whatever u have to do to get the dragging to occur, then jack up front wheels turn them if they are dragging see if it is both sides, then Crack the bleeder on caliper see if they get loose, if they do we will work on hydraulics if they don't then mechanical such as caliper to bridge or pin to bushing or piston to caliper. This is our first step

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